Wednesday, June 20 | 8:30-9:45 AM
Recommended Prerequisite: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
This session will trace the anatomy of two previously unreported international fraud cases — one that took place entirely within the virtual world of Second Life and the other that was organized and carried out via Facebook. Both cases highlight the nontraditional ways that modern fraudsters, extremists and money launderers plan and execute their schemes via nontraditional platforms. The session will draw on the presenter’s experience investigating both incidents.
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Chief Compliance Officer, Linden Lab
Scott Butler (CFE, CAMS-FCI) managed Facebook's first Payments Compliance program, assisting the company in obtaining their money transmitter licenses and crafting their initial set of policies and procedures. As Head of Fraud, Compliance and Payment Operations at Linden Lab, Butler is in charge of the Money Services Business that governs transactions within Second Life, the world's largest virtual goods economy. He began his career on Wall Street, working for Credit Suisse (New York, Hong Kong) and later at Deutsche Bank. He serves as a consultant for the financial crime-related television project, The Bank.
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